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The European Commission adopted a new Digital Single Market Strategy today, which aims to improve consumer access to digital services and goods. Among other things, Europe vows to end geo-blocking and lift other unwarranted copyright restrictions. Due to complicated licensing agreements Netflix is only available in a few dozen countries, all of which have a different content library. The same is true for many other media services such as BBC iPlayer, Amazon Instant Video, and even YouTube. These geo-blocking practices have been a thorn in the side of the European Commission, who now plan to abolish these restrictions altogether. Today the EUâ€™s governing body adopted the new Digital Single Market Strategy. One of the main pillars of the new strategy is to provide consumers and businesses with better access to digital goods and services. Among other things the Commission plans â€œto end unjustified geo-blocking,â€ which it describes as â€œa discriminatory practice used for commercial reasons.â€ â€œI want to see every consumer getting the best deals and every business accessing the widest market â€“ wherever they are in Europe,â€ Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says. Another key element on the new strategy is a modern and more European copyright law. The Commission notes that the legislative proposals to achieve this will follow before the end of the year. Under the revamped copyright law it should be easier for consumers to access and enjoy content online. This means that consumers will have the right to access content they purchased at home in other European countries. According to the Commission various industries need to adapt to the new realities of the digital age, indirectly hinting at the restrictive and conservative movie industry. â€œEurope has strengths to build on, but also homework to do, in particular to make sure its industries adapt, and its citizens make full use of the potential of new digital services and goods, Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society GÃ¼nther Oettinger says. â€œWe have to prepare for a modern society and will table proposals balancing the interests of consumers and industry,â€ he adds. The new Digital Single Market Strategy doesnâ€™t come as a surprise. Previously, several insiders called for the lifting of many unnecessary copyright restrictions. With the plans now being official it will be interesting to see what concrete proposals will follow and how the copyright industries respond. https://torrentfreak.com/europe-will-abolish-geo-blocking-and-other-copyright-restrictions-150506/
Strangely unreported by mainstream media, there is a major revision of the copyright monopoly underway in the European Union. And the person in charge, Julia Reda, is a Pirate Party representative. The tide is turning. For years â€“ nay, for decades â€“ net activists and freedom-of-speech activists have been fighting against the copyright industryâ€™s corrupt initiatives. In country after country, the copyright industry was practically calling out for mail-order legislation, and receiving it every time. The collateral damage to liberties has been immense, and has spilled far outside the net. In the US, people are complaining that copyright monopoly law is now unintentionally preventing them to modify items they legally own, such as cars or games consoles. Theyâ€™re absolutely wrong: that was the exact intention with the most recent round of revisions to copyright monopoly law â€“ to limit property rights and to lock people out of their own possessions. (The copyright monopoly is, and has always been, a limitation on property rights.) Further, that collateral damage includes making messengers (â€œintermediariesâ€) liable for any damages caused by a message they carry, unless they immediately take sites offline â€“ which they would of course rather do, rather than risking immense lawsuits. The messenger immunity was gutted around the turn of the century, by the EUCD and the DMCA alike. â€œNotice-and-takedownâ€ has been abused by everybody and their corporate brother, up to and including the oil company Neste Oil who attacked a Greenpeace protest site by threatening the Internet provider of Greenpeace, thereby killing the protest site. As activists fought â€“ and won! â€“ against software patent monopolies in Europe in 2005, it became clear that we couldnâ€™t fight one bad thing after another, never having the initiative, always being on the defense against onslaught from corporate mail-order legislation. For every exhausting victory, there were nine bad laws being passed in the shadows. We had to go on the offense. We had to aspire to write the law ourselves, keeping corporate lobbyists firmly out of any corrupt influence. On January 1, 2006, I founded the Swedish and first Pirate Party. Itâ€™s now on its tenth year, and on its second term in the European Parliament. This term, that European Parliament is revising the copyright monopoly â€“ definitely once, possibly twice. It starts out by evaluating what works and what doesnâ€™t with the current set of laws on the matter. And the rapporteur for that dossier â€“ meaning â€œthe person writing the actual legislative documentâ€ â€“ is Julia Reda, representative for the Pirate Party from Germany. Letâ€™s take that again: a Pirate Party representative is writing the European Unionâ€™s official evaluation of the copyright monopoly, and listing a set of necessary changes. In 2006, did I imagine that a pirate would be writing the European Parliamentâ€™s official evaluation of how well the copyright monopoly has worked â€“ and what needs to be changed â€“ in the European Union, the worldâ€™s largest economy? No, I didnâ€™t, to be honest. But neither did I expect that the Pirate Party representatives would manage to get â€œthree strikesâ€ schemes outlawed across all of Europe in 2009, or take a radical reform proposal (allowing file-sharing and more) into the political mainstream in 2012. When you open the floodgates of the unrepresented, things can apparently happen fast. Now, just because itâ€™s a pirate writing the legislative document, that doesnâ€™t mean that document is going to pass a vote in the European Parliament no matter what it contains. It needs to be negotiated to get majority support, as usual and as appropriate in a parliamentary democracy. The first of those votes is in the Legal Affairs committee on April 16, and the vote in the European Parliament as a whole is on May 20. So pirates arenâ€™t â€œin chargeâ€; democracy is, as it should be. But the initiative has shifted. It is no longer solely initiated by mail-order lobbyists for corrupt incumbents who gladly sacrifice civil liberties and the entire Internet to preserve an unjust and immoral lucrative monopoly. For the first time, legislation on the matter is initiated by net liberty activists. This shift of the initiative was what we set out to accomplish ten years ago. I think it went faster than most people had expected. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rick Falkvinge is a regular columnist on TorrentFreak, sharing his thoughts every other week. He is the founder of the Swedish and first Pirate Party, a whisky aficionado, and a low-altitude motorcycle pilot. His blog at falkvinge.net focuses on information policy. http://torrentfreak.com/in-europe-pirates-are-writing-the-copyright-law-150104/
Kylie Jenner has apparently travelled to Europe with Tyga. The 17-year-old reality star and the 24-year-old rapper have been denying they're a couple but this trip abroad may suggest otherwise. The pair were spotted in England before landing in Greece for one of his concerts, according to TMZ. They were first seen together at Gatwick Airport on Friday where they arrived from the United States. Kylie is said to have then accompanied the Rack City hitmaker to Bordeaux in France and Geneva in Switzerland before touching down in Athens. Tyga was set to perform a live set at Spell Club in the Greek city. Kylie has remained silent on Twitter since Thursday last week and her only Instagram posts have been selfies, revealing nothing about her whereabouts. However, the musician did make a point of commenting about the whispers around his ties to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. An Instagram user slammed Tyga for spending time with Kylie, prompting him to reply. "why u sound so hateful. U don't know s--t bout my life but the fake s--t u read online. Worry about your sad boring life. U wish u can have a baby by a n-- like me and live this lifestyle. let me guess no one wants u or ever attempted to spoil u and give u the world like I do for mines. Your ugly not just physically but in your soul. Never speak on on my son (sic),' Tyga fired back. Tyga has a baby with ex fiancee Blac Chyna, who appeared to complicate things by implying there was still a flame between them last week. She posted an Instagram photo of her ex kissing her neck and captioned it, "by the way he said I'm not missin no meals (sic)", but later deleted it. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Release date delay follows similar postponement for Smash Bros. Wii U. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will not release in Europe until a month after the game ships in the US. Nintendo confirmed on Friday that the Wii U platform-puzzler is expected to launch on January 9 in the UK, meaning it will now miss the holiday season. One possible explanation for the delay is that the Wii U's key Christmas game, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, has also been delayed in Europe and will ship on December 5. Nintendo revealed Treasure Tracker at E3 in June. The game is a spin-off from the various puzzle levels that appeared in Super Mario 3D World for Wii U, expanded in scope to include more than 70 puzzling stages. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will also support "select" Amiibo figures in 2015, Nintendo recently revealed, meaning that certain figurines can interact with the title. "Don't overlook Treasure Tracker just because Toad is an untested protagonist," GameSpot wrote back about the game during its E3 preview. "This is a unique adventure that tests your smarts rather than your dexterity, and is fun to boot." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Amazon product pages reveal the unannounced bundle; no word yet on US release. Sony will release a special-edition Grand Theft Auto V PlayStation 4 bundle in Europe next month when the hotly hyped open-world game is released. That's according to Amazon's Germany, Italy, and Spainwebsites, which all list the unannounced bundle for a release on November 18 for â‚¬449.99 (about $573). Similar listings are not featured on US sites. GameSpot has contacted representatives for Sony and Rockstar Games for comment. Sony and Rockstar Games teamed up to release a special-edition Grand Theft Auto V PlayStation 3 bundlelast year, so it would not be altogether surprising to learn that the companies are doing the same for the PS4 version. What's more, Sony maintains that "GTA is a PlayStation franchise," making such a bundle sound likely. But until we hear back from Sony or Rockstar, this should be considered unconfirmed. If true, the GTA V PS4 bundle would pile on top of previously announced Europe-only bundles, including those for Far Cry 4, Driveclub, and LittleBigPlanet 3, among others. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Markus Persson's seminal building game due to ship on October 15; US release date not yet confrimed. The long-awaited PlayStation Vita edition of Minecraft will launch across Europe on Wednesday October 15, its developer has revealed. Scotland-based developer 4J Studios, which is handling the port of Markus Persson's breakthrough indie game, revealed the release date on its official Twitter page. A release date for North America has yet to be announced, but because the game's code has now passed certification tests at Sony, it's likely to be close to Europe's. The release date is further confirmation that the PS Vita version of Minecraft will not be cancelled, by neither Sony nor Microsoft, despite the latter software giant purchasing the IP. In mid-September, Microsoft announced it had agreed in principal to acquire Minecraft and its developer Mojang in a deal believed to be worth $2.5 billion. As part of that deal, the studio's three founders--Markus Persson, Carl Manneh, and Jakob Porser--will be leaving the company. At the same time, Microsoft assured that it would not be wiping any versions of Minecraft from Sony's devices such as PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4. Sony, which retains the right to remove the games from its platforms, has not suggested that it is willing to delete any of the games. Since its initial release in 2009, Minecraft has been downloaded more than 100 million times on PC alone. The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, released between 2012 and 2013, are still proving popular, with both games regularly holding their spot in the UK all-format top ten. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post